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A young visitor tries out a few of the bald eagle's most noticeable adaptations: talons for hunting, beaks for tearing and wings for flying. Eagle Watch, 2017.
Eagle costume
2/16/2018 12:29:00 PM
An adult bald eagle takes flight.
Takes flight
2/16/2018 12:29:00 PM
A visitor views eagles through a newly-installed spotting scope at The Dalles Dam Visitor Center, Jan. 2018.
Spotting eagles
2/16/2018 12:29:00 PM
A juvenile bald eagle soars over the Columbia River in search of food.
Juvenile bald eagle
2/16/2018 12:29:00 PM
Bald eagles perch on trees below The Dalles Dam as they hunt for fish.
Eagles perch
2/16/2018 12:28:00 PM
A close-up photo of a bald eagle.
Generic eagle close-medium shot
12/15/2017 3:04:00 PM
The Dalles Lock and Dam is located 192 miles from the mouth of the Columbia River. The spillwall was constructed in 2010 to help guide juvenile fish away from shallow areas where predators waited and into the deeper part of the river.
The Dalles Lock and Dam
6/22/2017 2:01:00 PM
The Dalles navigation lock is located about 190 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean. It is part of a system of dams on the Columbia and Snake rivers that help move about 10 million tons of cargo each year.
The Dalles navigation lock operating on the Columbia River
7/26/2016 11:41:00 AM
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